I recently came across NANO and currently reading up... I'm wondering why I have never heard about it before - seems to be a nice piece of tech!
I have a couple of quick questions, maybe someone can give me a hint:
Is it possible to attach a short string (message) to a transaction? Basically to pass over a small piece of information to the receiver?
Where is the time of a block coming from? Is this the local time of a client initiating the transaction, or some kind of synchronized time of the network? Basically asking if a transaction can be used to timestamp/sequence events happening in the network?
Are there any (vague/concrete) plans to implement some kind of privacy features? I've read about a proposal in another post and probably the answer to this question is not easy - however is there an active investigation towards this direction?
As voting is part of your consensus protocol - Are there any plans to implement individual voting (weighted by the account balance) to decide on features/questions etc.?
Are those topics from above valid use-cases? Or is NANO exclusively focused on payments?
Thanks in advance for taking the time and your support!
Have a good day!